Anyone else getting Spam from goChange.net?

This is the third one. The previous two, I followed their instructions to be
removed from their email list and I still get them.
Anyone else getting this crap or know who the hell they are?
Thanks,
Dave
Dear RoofDL,
***** If you would like to list this item on goChange.net for free, then
click here:
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FS/FT : Aircraft, Armor - Looking for JASDF aircraft...
Gentlemen, I have the following kits for sale and/or trade. All are new,
complete, and unstarted unless specified. Prices are in US Dollars and do
not include postage. Payment can be made via check, money order, or
PayPal to linked email address. I am back on my normal work schedule and
will get all kits shipped out Promptly. I apologize to those who waited
well over a month to get their kits from my last sale and I thank you all
for your patience during that time. I have lowered the prices on most of
the kits and have added one kit to my want list. If inquiring about a
kit, please include your location so I can give you a postage amount. For
trades I am looking for the following items: NOTE** I am only looking for
the aircraft listed** Hasegawa 1/48 F-4EJ Kai (I need the ?Kai? version)
Hasegawa 1/48 F-15J (I do not want a ?C?) Fujimi 1/48 F-1 Hasegawa 1/72
F-1 Hasegawa 1/72 F-104J Hasegawa 1/72 T-2 Hasegawa 1/72 F-86D Fujimi 1/72
F-86F Academy 1/72 F-15D As always, thank you
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Reply to
RoofDL
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I get spam from someone called "Wotch". I've tried several times to get them to stop with no results. Jerry 47
Reply to
jerry 47
It's possible to find out who owns any given Internet domain through a process called a "whois lookup". Here's the applicable results for goChange.net:
Domain Name: GOCHANGE.NET
Created on..............: Sat, May 11, 2002 Expires on..............: Wed, May 11, 2005 Record last updated on..: Mon, Oct 13, 2003
Administrative Contact: Charles G. Myung Charles Myung po box 8181 Newport Bch, CA 92658 US Phone: 714-269-1198 Fax..: 714-903-6778 Email: snipped-for-privacy@yahoo.com
Since this outfit is located in the USA and they aren't honouring your unsubscribe requests, you might want to mention the new CAN-SPAM Act to their administrative contact.
Hope this helps.
Reply to
Rob Kelk
in article snipped-for-privacy@mb-m14.aol.com, RoofDL at snipped-for-privacy@aol.com wrote on 1/22/04 1:00 PM:
Never heard of 'em. Guess you are just lucky Dave!
MB
Reply to
Milton Bell
The ideal is never to respond to spam in any way whatever. Clicking a 'take me off this list' link should really be called a 'confirm this is a live email address' link. Also try installing anti-spyware software such as Ad-aware 6, as you may have covert software on your machine that attracts that stuff. You can download it from, or search for Lavasoft's website
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this helps, Chek
Reply to
Chek
There's one Charles Muyng in Santa Ana, a physician. He's apparently been affiliated with another outfit:
Reply to
Toni Lassila
My experience has been that most of the SPAM that has an "unsubscribe" button, when you try the button it doesn't work. Just some gimmick they attach to look like they are trying not to be obnoxious.
Bill Shuey
Reply to
William H. Shuey
Oh, the "unsubscribe" button works - it tells the stereotypical spammer that (a) your e-mail address works, and (b) you read enough of the spam to find the "unsubscribe" information. They unsubscribe you from their "these addresses might work" list, as advertised, but immediately subscribe you to their "these addresses definitely work" list. Then they sell *that* list to other spammers, who add your e-mail address to their "these addresses might work" list. (Selling lists of verified e-mail addresses to other spammers is where the big money in spamming can be found.)
Reply to
Rob Kelk

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